Two moms talking about a little bit of nothing... a little bit of everything... and a whole lot of in between!

Friday, October 20, 2006

ChitChatMoms Episode #7

Here is Episode #7!

On this episode: More potty talk - Knockin' boots! - Goats and football? - Things kids say - Listener feedback - Kelsey's Day Care Rant - Halloween Karaoke!

There's always a story with the ChitChatMoms. Be sure to take a listen. Send us some e-mail, post a comment or two, leave us a voice mail...SOMETHING! Come on, you know as well as we do that valadation is what we all live for! Vote for us on Podcast Alley and leave us your comments there! Thanks for listening in on our hectic lives!

-Kelsey & Marie

Music from this episode can be found on The Podsafe Music Network. The song is "Hey Hey Sister" by Laura Clapp.


At 9:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pop! I did it before anyone else hahahaha. Marie, you should remember that hahahaha.

At 7:20 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ladies, you provide great entertainment while I go through spreadsheets while working. However, I stopped working when I heard you discuss daycare costs. I have been fortunate to have my 2 children in a daycare from the day it opened. In that, I've convinced them to limit fund raisers by soliciting the parents to donate gently used toys and left-over craft supplies. Even though the owner said she is going to do a fund-raiser, she's giving the parents to purchase a "No Fund-Raising" card for $25 for 6 months, or $50 for one year. I think this is a great idea. I understand that these places want to provide quality care, and kids do get bored with the current toys and supplies.
On another note, as for all the solicitations you receive for schools, I suggest you make a line in your monthly budget for giving to outside organizations, sort of like how you determine how much you are going to give to your church. After determining your monthly charity amount, stick to it. If the kids/police department/ etc get to you after your budgeted amount, tell them you are done giving for the month and that they will have to try again. Also, never buy anything at work. This prevents favoritism and feeling the guilt to buy from everyone.
I love listening to your show. I wish your e-mail link worked for me. I can't use it for some reason.

At 8:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nothing like looking like a big fat dumb "guy" while creating a little controversy, huh Ladies?

Mix a little Nyquil and antibiotics and you get a "Male chovenist pig"
Someone aught to tell the Pharmacists. Another great show!


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